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Labradoodle Gracie's 200-Foot Fall Off Oregon Cliff Ends With Rescue

By    |   Wednesday, 08 Oct 2014 03:27 PM

Gracie, a 1-year-old Labradoodle, survived a 200-foot fall off a cliff in Oregon and lived to wag her tail about it.

Dog owner Michelle Simmons says Gracie and another dog were playing on a trail Sunday in the Columbia River Gorge when Gracie went over the side of the cliff, The Associated Press reported.

Simmons says they heard the dog rolling, heard her hit the ground and yelp — then nothing. They thought she was dead and began an impromptu memorial service. That's when another hiker came rushing up, saying the Labradoodle was alive.

The Oregon Humane Society's volunteer technical rescue team responded. One member was lowered down the 200-foot drop to Gracie. He then fitted her with a harness and brought her to safety just after midnight.

Though it was a steep fall, KPTV reports Gracie the Labradoodle suffered only scratches and bruises.



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